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    • Mon, Sep 18, 6:32pm

      McFadden (coach's decision) was inactive for Sunday's 42-17 loss to the Broncos, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.

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      Analysis: It's becoming increasingly clear that Alfred Morris is the true backup to Ezekiel Elliott at this point, as McFadden was a healthy scratch for the second time in as many weeks Sunday.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 6:31pm

      Moore (suspension) was reinstated Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

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      Analysis: Moore now returns from a two-game suspension that was issued in July for violating the league's substance abuse policy. The 25-year-old signed a one-year deal with Dallas this spring and will likely only a depth piece on the Cowboys' defensive line at this point.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 6:24pm

      Seferian-Jenkins (suspension) was reinstated Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

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      Analysis: Seferian-Jenkins was originally handed a two-game suspension in March for a violation of the league's substance-abuse policy. He was impressive all summer in training camp and flashed his upside as a red-zone threat by snagging a 12-yard score in the preseason finale, so there's optimism Seferian-Jenkins will finally live up to his second-round billing with the Jets this season, especially given the barren state of the team's receiving corps.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 6:03pm

      Foster is considered day-to-day with a dislocated shoulder, Rich Tandler of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.

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      Analysis: The diagnosis gives the impression he'll be available for next week when the Redskins play host to the Raiders, but we'll still have to wait and see how he holds up in practice this week. Assuming he avoids any setback, Foster looks like he'll suit up at the very minimum.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 6:00pm

      Fua (knee) was waived from injured reserve Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

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      Analysis: Fua finished the 2016 season on IR due to a lingering knee injury that he's never seemed to have fully recovered from. The Cardinals again placed him on IR in training camp, but it seems they've now run out of patience.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 5:49pm

      Carroll (concussion) is currently considered day-to-day after suffering a concussion against the Broncos on Sunday, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

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      Analysis: The day-to-day designation came from head coach Jason Garrett, but considering that Carroll is dealing with a concussion, it's nearly impossible to truly gauge until he actually clears the concussion protocol. Chidobe Awuzie (hamstring) is also day-to-day, and the Cowboys' are potentially looking at some serious depth issues at cornerback.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 5:41pm

      Hollins caught three passes for 32 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.

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      Analysis: After seeing only five offensive snaps in the season opener, Hollins was on the field for 17 plays in this one and saw as many targets as Nelson Agholor. The rookie is still a distant fourth on the Eagles' WR depth chart, but he showed a glimpse of his potential on Sunday. He could be a big factor for Philadelphia if any of their starters get hurt.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 5:40pm

      Hazel was picked up by the Colts on Monday.

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      Analysis: Hazel was originally claimed of waivers from Washington before being let go last week. The former sixth-round pick has caught just one pass for one yard during his time in the league. He figures to provide depth at wide receiver to go along with a special teams role going forward.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 5:35pm

      Drake rushed one time for negative-three yards and returned three kicks for 71 yards in Sunday's victory over the Chargers.

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      Analysis: Drake's rushing attempt was his lone offensive snap of the game, and he saw 16 snaps on special teams. The good news for Drake is that Damien Williams saw only three offensive snaps and did not receive a carry, but both backup running backs had nearly nonexistent roles in the Dolphins' offense for Week 2.

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    • Mon, Sep 18, 5:30pm

      Tartt (neck) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Rams, Cam Inman of The Mercury News reports.

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      Analysis: Tartt would have likely been held out Monday if the team had practiced. With Eric Reid (knee) already ruled out, Tartt is the clear-cut guy to fill in at the starting safety slot if he's healthy enough to give it a go. The short week doesn't do him any favors, so we'll have to wait and see how he holds up as Thursday approaches.

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